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Re: Semantic CrunchBase

From: Benjamin Nowack <bnowack@semsol.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 19:27:36 +0200
To: public-lod@w3.org
Message-ID: <PM-GA.20080723192736.C78FE.1.1D@semsol.com>


Hi,

A first version is now online[1]. The setup isn't complete yet (conneg is
still missing, and there are no mappings to other LOD datasets or even 
known vocabs).

I took a slightly different approach to publishing the data. The resource
URIs are (fake-)hash-based (e.g. [2]), the related doc contains a pointer
to an RDF/XML (or conneg'd RDF/JSON) version. The HTML pages contain (the 
beginning of) a new rdf-in-html format (called poshRDF) I'm experimenting
with, but I could possibly turn them into RDFa as well.

WRT to the attribution requirement, I've added links to the original source
at the resource level, so at least resource-oriented RDF browsers should
auto-render those back-links to crunchbase.com.

Cheers so far,
Benji


[1] http://cb.semsol.org/
[2] http://cb.semsol.org/company/facebook#self

--
Benjamin Nowack
http://bnode.org/


On 17.07.2008 21:16:14, Benjamin Nowack wrote:
>
>
>Heyup,
>
>Just a short heads-up that I'm working on an RDF export and SPARQL
>thingy for the recently announced[1] CrunchBase API[2]. The data is
>really cool and could probably make a great LOD node. I'm in loose[3]
>contact with the folks behind the API, they seem to be pretty open (we
>may have to inject attribution triples somehow). Anyway, I'm still
>importing the 27K source graphs, but might need some help with 
>generating hooks into dbpedia (or whatever makes sense link-wise) once
>I've set up browser and endpoint.
>
>Cheers so far,
>Benji
>
>[1]
>http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/07/15/crunchbase-now-has-an-api-so-grab-our-data
>/
>[2] http://www.crunchbase.com/help/api
>[3] http://twitter.com/crunchbase/statuses/861102925
>
>--
>Benjamin Nowack
>http://bnode.org/
>
>
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